[Pro-workshop] Cybersecurity by RALFKAIROS

FKCCI Office, Seoul, Gangnam-gu, Teheran-ro 78-gil 16, Nobel building 5F
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Tarif : 180,000 KRW for FKCCI's Members / 200,000 KRW for Non-members

Cancellations must be made by 24th, 6:00 pm, after which cancellation and no-shows will be charged accordingly.


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Is your data safe in the cyber-space?

As an employee, you have access to some of the most sensitive information of your company. Credit card details, personnel id account, email adresses, private email contents... you are a gold mine for hackers and you are also responsible of data leaks regarding to the korean regulation.

Entering an era of the ubiquitous society, Internet has become an indispensable approach in your life. You are able to buy, to pay, to book, to register, to sell, on Internet and your daily life makes you more vulnerable than in the past year. Data has a tremendous value, both to organizations and malicious actors. The massive amount of personal, financial data that enterprises collect and treat makes a tempting target for attackers, with a growing success to compromise them. Moreover, by adopting teleworking with Covid-19, data protection is now a responsibility shared by many employees.

Through this training session, you will learn the keys to work in a secured environment. Also you will understand if your data is safe enough and also how to have the good tips & tricks to reduce your vulnerability, personally or when you are at work.


  • Refresh knowledge on cybersecurity fundamentals and provide professional with up-to-date developments of cybersecurity, including specifics of the Korean environment and COVID-19 risks
  • Equip yourself with the knowledge you need to combat threats like spam, malware, phishing etc.


The program specifically designed for the Korean market is intended to equip attendees with the latest information and skills to better handle information security in their company.

  • All professionals dealing with sensitive corporate Information (Marketing manager, HR personnel, Sales professional, finance and accounting staff including CFO, personnel dealing with intellectual property and quality, internal control community)

*No prior knowledge of or experience with cybersecurity is necessary.



Marc has 20 years of experience in internal audit and IT consulting gained in Korea, the US, Japan and Europe. His focus is chiefly on enterprise information systems, its risks, control alignment with other business processes. He is also forensic auditor. He is a certified information security manager (CISM), data privacy solutions engineer (CDPSE) and information system auditor (CISA).

With a 15-year engineering background, Julien has experiences as a system administrator, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, an IT architect and a security manager for different companies. In his role at Airbus he has been responsible for the deployment of new technologies for cybersecurity, intelligence and secure communications business units. Consultant since 2017, he assists clients with their handling of cybersecurity. His sectors include banking, insurance, telco, defense industries and government organizations.


DATE               Friday, November 27th, 2020, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm 

VENUE            Offline : FKCCI Office  /  Online : Platform (Zoom)*
                         Nobel Building 5F, 16, Teheran-ro 78-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
                        (서울 강남구 테헤란로 78길 16, 노벨빌딩 5층)
                        *Access link will be sent prior to the training.

FEES               180,000 KRW for FKCCI's Members 
                        200,000 KRW for Non-members
                        *10% VAT include

LANGUAGE   English


  • This workshop is limited to 15 participants on-site.
  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Cancellations must be notified at least 3 days prior to the event, after which cancellation and no-shows will be charged accordingly.


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